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AMUSEMENTS
' THE THIRD INGREDIENT '
AT THE RIALTO THEATER
An 0. Henry Comedy-Drama,
With Scenario by H. W.
Bergmann.
•ndon
i
A cool-ey
ed, impc
rsonal buy*
L»r in
the big stoi
re where
» Hetty P<
?PP*»r
worked pit.
•hed her
arm three ii
iches
above the
elbow a
nd was' km
*okcd (
three feet t
>y the sa
me. Thirty
min- i
,
with only 2
0 cents i
n lier lent: i
mrse.
The
cha
lie hot In
and Hett?
iptH
dimes x
some rib beef O
g«x*d night's rest
tit to again go ou
Digging in her
the tragic fact that no pota
onions wer^ ♦ vident. Reef sti
not be made without onions i
tat »es Taking her pan she v.
Into the hall and there discov«
artist girl from across the hal
triously carving potatoes with
maker's knife Hetty Miggest
they hunch th* ir commiss.n i.it.
only hud an onion their heav*
be complete.
Hetty escorted Cecilie, the
Into her room and set the stew
to the one-burner gas stove.
i shoe- J
\1 that I
If they
ryes
sted on
i the
rail
boa
Into tears Tw.
been over to Jen»
after another rii
despondency had
of the ferry-boa
had seen her
chromo
nd the
tpj
nd
id was return
intment. and
lpped over the «
But a young i
hing
,
die
knew she was supported by his arms
She had refused him her name and ad
dress, but he claimed that hè would
find her anyhow is she belonged to
him by right of salvage.
The beef and potatoes boiled merrily
on. yet they lacked the soul that an
onion would Rive them and Hetty de
terminod to have one. In the hall she
ran into a young man with a large
pink onion in his hand Hetty invites
him to donate to the cause He ac
quiesces and Hetty goes in to Inform
the other member of the corporation,
but when she returned she finds the
young man leaning out of the window
and giving instructions to a chauffeur
In his limousine below He turns out
to be the man who rescued Cecilie
BROADWAY
LAST TIME TONIGHT
2:30 P. M„ 8:15 P. M.
William Fox
Present* for the Ust Times in
Hatte
A Daughter
-of—
The Gods
ANNETTE
Kellermann
The picture that ha* amazed, de
lighted and awed two continente
with its lavish magnificence and
exquisit« grandeur.
Matinee—25c, 50c, 75c.
Night—25c. 50c, 75c, $1.
they are soon in each others arms,
addition, a now co-star combina
is seen at the Rialto in "The
iting "f the Hawk." The story
s with gentlemen crooks and
et service men and. with thrills,
ance and adventure in good meas
a (Tords splendid roles to the two
S. William Courtenay and Mnrffuer
Kn.»w 'The Third Ingredient" and
I* Hunting of the Hawk" will be
vn at the Rialto tonight and Sat
uly.
Romo
from Mel
"l'en Sut
also hnv*
on the s<
FINAL
V le
take
and Rialto patrons
<»pportur.it \. Sunda;
OF WONDERFUL FILM
AT THE BROADWAY
hose who have not yet seen that
iderful moving picture production.
;il engagement
J
I f t
nke the picture
'xpenditur
fonder ar
! linly to la
Ann
in the viexx
K« Me
the famous div
and swimming beauty, is the reli
rai figure in the production, and there
l i • are hundreds of men. women and
liildren In this fascinating picture
, pla
,
I

i
|
i'ords are inadéquat
rnificence of the sc
this production or
erb scale
1 through.
. musical score wai
ed for it by a tarn
to express the
ic importance
>n or to tell of the
hich i he story is car
ully
om
professor of
CHILDREN S MATINEE AT
EMPRESS TOMORROW
A si «• ial children's matinee will be
held at the Empress tomorrow after
i!«»ori. starting promptly at 2 o'clock.
: l be six big audev tile acts,
in addition to three reels of motion
pi turcs. 'Our Career" is the name
of a highly successful playlet present
ed 1 Edna Riese and company. It is
brimful of interesting situations. There
are also some high-class musical and
singing a on the hill ns well as the
greatest 1 1 about act in vaudeville,
introducing Mlnnettl and Sidelll, the
famous athletes. See the funny clown
in his wonderful antics high in the air.
Starting next Sunday, a miniature
musical corned\ * The Witching Hour
Wit- hes .' w ill attract attention at the
i Empress. Don't miss this treat.
131 CLAIM REWARD FOR
LANDING TRAIN BANDIT
Cheyenne. Wyo., June 1.—It was
only because the Union Pacific rail
road waived its stri t legal rights that
any of the claimants for the $6,500 re
ward for »he capture of William L
Carlisle, train bandit, were able to
participate in the reward at all. Judge
Charles E. Winter, arbitrator, in
handing down his decision recently by
which 22 of the 134 claimants received
portions of the money, declared every
man who claimed a share of the money
was either an employe of the railroad
or a memt>er of a sheriff's posse and.
therefor, could not legally share in the
prize. The railroad insisted, however,
that the money be divided
One man received $750; one, $650;
two received $500 each; two. $400
♦ ach; six. $300 each; nine. $150 each,
and three. $50 each.
Carlisle held up, single-handed, three
Union Pacific trains between Feb. 9
■ and Dec. 1, 1916. He exhibited consid
: erable bravado in each case and ex
i tended marked chivalry to the women
passengers, refusing to take more than
, half their jewelry. He talked con
stantly to the passengers as he went
through their pockets.
After the last holdup, posses scouted
the hills In the vicinity of Wamsutter
: and, after several days, a party found
1 the bandit. When surrounded he gave
himself up. He now Is serving a life
sentence In the Wyoming penitentiary
and spends his idle time making leath
| er sofa pillows. •
RID CROSS T9 BE
ORGANIZED HERE
Mass Meeting Called at Audi
torium Tomorrow Evening.'
Much Work to Do.
first steps were taken last evening
toward the organisation of a Butte
chapter of the American Red Cross
society. A committee to which had
been delegated authority to act from
Red Cross headquarters at Washing
ton met at the Silver How club and
completed arrangements for a mass
meeting at the Auditorium Saturday
evening. At that gathering, which
has been called to meet at 8 o'clock,
the local branch will be organised.
Several speakers, It is understood,
will explain the purposes of the Red
Cross society at tomorrow night's
meeting. Among those who have been
invited to speak is Mrs. W. A. Bower
of Anaconda, who has had experience
in Red Cross work and who was in
strumental in part In organising a
very successful chapter of the national
society at Anaconda, it is also ex
pected that Hr. T. C. Witherspoon will
make a brief address on the purposes
and methods of the Red Cross society.
Back of the enterprise In this city
are a number of earnest women on
whom much of the work of the Red
Cross locally will fall. These women
are determined to have a share in the
patriotic work of the nation in the
present emergency. There is a great
deal to do and. to do tt well, the peo
ple must organize.
The Red Cross society is known the
world over. It has a leading part in
relief work in Kurope at the present
time, but its duties are not confined to
the battlefield. In tills country on a
number of occasions it has performed
very notable services in the matter of
telief work. In disasters by flood and
fire. It has always been quick to re
spond where its services were needed.
It is expected that nearly everyone in
Butte will séant to be a member of the
local Red Cross. The dues are only $1
a year. Tomorrow night's meeting is
for the public and everyone is in
vited to be present.
dance will be given by the Worn
Benefit Association of the Mac
*es of the World at Carpenters'
li hall June 6. Admission 50
s. Radies free- Miss Dillon's or
tra will furnish the music.—Adv.
Mi:
\'e
Agile
street and the M
Hcnouard
have returned t
Ion, where the
ISO
Slate Normal college of the
of Montana las! Tuesday.
of lf»9 East Center
es Celia and Laura
East Center street
their home from 1)11
gradunted from the
Uni'
H. Osborne hat
énter street t<
moved
Pacific
itreet.
Hugh McDermott of 103 West Center
droit loft Eist nicht to take the final
.'Xnminatinn in Missoula for admission
to the army. He will continue to Spo
kane tonight, where be will await as
signment to one of the units.
The
{ circle of the St. Law
will hold its regular week
tonight at Hibernia hall,
GENTEWILLE NOTES
William Terry of 175 East Center
treet left lsst night for a few weeks'
•isit in Salt Lake.
Miss Anna O'Brien of 139 Missoula
ixemu* is confined 1«» St. James' hos
pital from rheumatism. Miss O'Brien
teacher at the Monroe school.
ic baseball team of» Hcnncssy's
Centerville store will piny Cleary's
South Side nine Sunday afternoon at
the circus grounds on the flat. Rice
will pitch for the Centerville aggrega
tion while Stodden will twirl for the
south siders.
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Rsos of the Trin
ity Methodist Episcopal church rtf Cen
terville are the happy parents of a son,
born yesterday at Murray's hospital,
Ed Rogers. "Spotty** Williams, I)an
Sullivan and Francis Rock, the fou
Centerville young men who enlisted ii
the navy Monday, will leave Sunda:
afternoon for Salt Lake, where the;
will take the final physical examina
tion. They will go to Goat Island, San
runeisco. the naval training station,
nd from there will bo assigned.
WHAT HAS
BECOME. OE -
MOWZ
2-1 ^ ? ,
THE FELLOW WHO OiBO
Y OTIJADE IN lOUOi EÛOb
/a tlNOHAM SHIRT ?
ACROBATS OF OUR OWN.
Luke McLuke's attention: Evange
list Bringaman is holding a successful
revival in Houston. Are spiritual con
ditions satisfactory in the Names Is
Names Club?—Houston Rost. ,
SURE.
When we are wronged, we would use
blows,
And yet it's true, my brothers;
It's easy, quite, to forgive those
Who trespass against others.
FIRE CHIEF IKES
for
Recommendations Made
Improvements in De
partment.
Recommendations to make the
Butte fire department one of the most
efficient In the northwest were made
to the city council last night In the
annual report of Fire Chief Fred Mar
tin. The record during the past year
has never been equalled in Butte. The
fire loan was practically nothing, duo
to the efficiency of the department
and because the equipment here Is
first class.
The chief recommends the Imme
diate purchase of a new automobile
city truck service. The truck is
needed because of Its speed.
Additional hydrants on the south
side and in the warehouse district
are asked for. Tills is because of the
rupid growth in that region south
of Front street
During the past year the depart
ment responded to 356 alarms, of
Which 21 were false In nil there were
335 fires.
The property involved in value wag
$4,398*4)85, upon which there was in
surance for $2,164.015. The total loss
by fire during the year was but $27,
412.50.
Aside from salaries, the department
spent but $15,813.57 for running ex
penses. Included in this amount
$6.500 was paid for the new Lu France
combination machine and 4.000 feet of
hose. **
"In conclusion," reports Chief Mar
tin, "I wish to thank all members of
the department for their co-operution
in working tor efficiency anti for their
loyalty. I wish also to thank the
newspapers of our city, the police de
partment. the water company, whose
service is satisfactory, the telephone
and telegraph companies, hlÿ honor,
the mayor, the city council and the
different city departments and the
citizens of Butte in general for their
co-operation and assistance in aiding
the Butte fire department to furnish
the right service to the community.
SOUTR SIDE NOTES
Staple and fancy groceries; prompt
delivery. Taylor Grocery, 1630 Harri
son avenue. Phono 1031.—Adv.
William Maloney, son of Mr. and
Mrs. William Maloney. 8S0 Colorado
street, has enlisted ns a yeoman in |
the navy and will leave Sunday eve
ning for Salt Lake, whore ho will take
the final examination before going to
the training camp at Goat Island near
San Francisco
Mts» Alta Gammelt of Sheridan is
visiting friends on the south side for a
few days.
Miss Vera Swanson entertained her
Sunday school class of the Grace
Methodist Episcopal church in the
church parlors last night. The eve
ning was a delightful one for the
young people and a splendid luncheon
was served.
Mrs. B. H. Turner of Minneapolis is
a guest at the Bennett hotel while vis
iting friends on the south side for a
few days.
Walter Mayotte, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Mayotte of 1918 Adams avenue,
has enlisted in the army as a skilled
mechanic and left last night for Spo
kane. where he will await orders to
go to the training camp at Tampa. Fla.
Miss Mabel Black of Shellsburg, la.,
is visiting friends on the south side
for a few' days.
W. E. St urges of Salt Lake is stop
ping at tin* Northern hotel for a few
days while on the south side on busi
l ess.
Leroy Pace of 1035 California ave
nue is confined to hiA home from a se
vere attack of the grip.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moreen of 1741
Grand avenue are the happy parents of
a son. born May 30. Mrs. Moreen will
be remembered as Miss Laura Charl
ton.
Mrs. .1 A Wbitsel of Kimberly. Ida.,
Is a guest at the Bennett hotel for a
few days. •
Mrs. C A. Elvers and daughter
Myrtle have gone to Mlles City, where j
they will meet Mrs. Elvers' mother, j
who is returning with the body of her]
daughter. Irene Barbara Favor, who
died in Detroit Monday. They will |
arrive in Butte tonight.
Mrs. Gertrude Nellson of Missoula is
visiting friends on the south side for a !
few days
Fred Eckst rom has returned to his !
homo on the west side after a three!
months* trip to Honolulu and Califor- !
nia.
Chester Pringle, son of Mrs. Martha
Pringle of Florida avenue, enlisted in 1
the navy and has gone to Salt Lake
to take the final examination before
goinir
Island.
to the training camp at Goat
Mrs
J. R. Hendershot of
Willow'
Creek
south
Is visiting with friends
side for a few days.
on the
Misa
i Margaret Charles. \\
rho has
been attending the State Normal col
loge at Dillon, is visiting at the home
of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. D.
J. Charles, 1007 South Wyoming street.
Will McMillan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew McMillan. 1915 Massachu
setts avenue, who has been at the.navy
training camp at Goat Island. San
Francisco, *or the past month, will
leave there tomorrow aboard the gov
eminent transport Rainbow, for the
Pacific fleet, to which he has been as
signed.
AUDI TODAY AND TOMMf
The Greatest Star in the Greatest
Picture of the Greatest World War
SARAH BERNHAH
No increase in admission prices.
No one can afford to miss this film.
Part owned by the French govern
ment.
Shown here by special permission.
MOTHERS OF FRANCE
AMERICA NEEDS AUXILIARY
SHIPS SAYS MARINE EXPERT
Government Should Take Steps
to Take Over All Ships Now
Building in This Country for
Foreign Capital, Says P. H.
W. Ross.___
RY FREDERICK M KERRY.
New York, June 1.—To protect our
foreign commerce in the present inter
national crisis and to provide the gov
ernment with a tleet of auxiliary mer
chant vessels, without which our mili
tary and naval establishment will bo
helpless in the event of w ar, the Ur^ted
States should immediately assume
right of eminent domain over all ships
now being Built in this country for
foreign owners. This is what P. H. W.
Ross, president of the National Marine
league, declared to me today to be ab
solutely necessary as a war measure.
Ross, a national authority on mari
time matters, and whose league is
conducting a nation-wide movement to
increuse and stabilize American ex
port trade, believes that It will be nec
essary for this government to take
over the ships being built for foreign
owners in American yards, and that
this can be done without injustice to
foreign capital, which has greatly stim
ulated the recent expansion of our
ship-building facilities.
Finding a Way.
"If no other way can be found," said
Ross, "foreign owners of the large
number of ships now on the stocks In
this country could become stockholders
In corporations that would be nomi
nally and legally American, so the
>*hips would be subject to the cull of
the United States government.
"Thus, if a ship owned, for example,
by Norwegian stockholders In an
American corporation, should be cross
ing the Indian ocean, and our muni
tions makers suddenly needed a cargo
A bis show for the children tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock Specif
6—ALL-STAR VAUDEVILLE ACTS -6
EDNA RIESE «Qrç. (frggffj
_ THE SIS H0PKIN5
and Company, in
PAULINE SAXON
FOUR MUSICAL I
In Wonderful Harmooj
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Minnelli and Sidelli
Lightning Athletes
NOBLE and BROOKS I—LeDUC and B
"Fun At the Box Office" | Songs. Talk. Whir lwjjl"
EMPRESSCOPE—LATEST NEWS EVENTS — ENTERTAINING
EMPRESS
Coming Sunday— "THE WITCHING HOUR WITCHES"—A B*
P. H. W. ROSS.
of nickel—which is produced in New
Caledonia—the government could com
mandeer the vessel near the point of
production without having prevented
her from earning dividends meanwhile
"As it Is, our government possesses
hardly any vessels suitable for auxili
ary service. The British government
also did not possess a single vessel
adapted for war service at the outbreak
of the present conflict, but the British
admiralty knew the dimension, capac
?, l»ipi
ish merchai
u Louts
British Is
British, in ton
ident, unprepar
things, permit
I buih
ln ii ordinary trad»
tens* to the nation, an
>f need struck the i
Mug its right o
ook them over at a
In th*- event ot w»
he United States i
»(Y ns regard* mercta
n Hi«- war with Spalt
"Ths (»no great thli
dures us in the fact
tertninty that unie«
*f public op:
ie niiddh
id mnlntnl
nder foreign
an dag will
Ie mastheads
it pleasant inlf
can citizens
as shipping liuana
•d by wise or
WITH DDE AIL
It happened In » Utilr
. visiting eaitero« V
mi In nf a little totd
o down in a «1
h< I
the st
l ie ami gold.
**liy iJeorge'
imi'rtssive native
l ost. "That's a i
itr
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and looked critM 1 » *,
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